HP has unveiled their new ProBook notebook PC series designed for business users in small and medium-size companies. The ProBook will replace the HP Compaq line and offers new features, including optional Linux-based operating system pre-installed instead of Windows.
Canon has unveiled the new addition to their new line of SELPHY photo printer with the colourful CP780. Comes in red and silver, the CP780 features a 2.5-inch LCD display and boasts 10% increase in print speed and optional battery support.
Sharp’s new lineup of Aquos is a 20 inch HD-ready model that comes in 2 colors and features a built in Bluray recorder. It is claimed to be the “world’s first” for a 20 inch TV to come with a bluray recorder.
Iriver unveils its next portable media player, B30 – a sleek looking player that snugs nicely on your palm. Not to mention, the interface is equally good looking too.
Sphere Exhibits Pte Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Press Holdings (SPH), has organized a three-day gaming event - ”Licence2Play” – at the Suntec City Convention Centre (Hall 603) starting today.
Teclast China has unveiled their new TL-M66 HD MP4 Player which sports a 5-inch LCD display (800×480), supports high definition 720p videos and is capable of 1080p video output too.
GALAXY unveils their Fan-Card design concept today specially for the GPU-Party GTX200 series graphics cards. Each fan-card is made up of 3 fans and takes up a PCI/PCIE slot. The card is separated from the cooler itself to avoid PCB bending. Check out more details next page.
Talk about big and Sony’s BDP-CX7000ES will allow 400 of your favorite BD flicks to sit nicely snagged within a single machine. It is rumored that it might be ready for retail pretty soon based on a Swiss retailer putting up a price for pre-order on the product.
It seems that MSI has something interesting up their sleeves to showcase over at Computex but nevertheless we will bring you an early sneak peek at their upcoming N275GTX Lightning card. No clocks are revealed at this point of time yet. The cooler remains a mystery now but you can catch a glimpse of the cooler on
Creative Technology has introduced two new media players to their ZEN family – ZEN MX and ZEN Mozaic EZ300. Size of a credit card, the Creative ZEN MX is stylishly designed with good portability and value for money; the Creative Mozaic EZ300 comes in 4GB or 8GB capacity and offers great ease of use to the music
Acer has launched their easyStore AH340-UA230N with built-in Windows Home Server. Call it a home server or something, its penetration to the market is its first. Specifications ain’t too shabby and prices look decent. Here’s what it have
Pentax has just announced their new flagship professional digital-SLR camera, K-7 which features a magnesium alloy body and 14.6-megapixel sensor that is capable of capturing HD video.
The SuperSpeed USB Developer Conference takes place yesterday and today in Tokyo, Japan. In this event, it is an opportunity to hear from the creators of SuperSpeed USB and obtain key learnings on the technology.
It was a matter of time given speculations and predictions and indeed, in an interview with TechRadar, Symbian Foundation’s leader Tim Holbrow has mentioned on the possibility to see Symbian based netbooks.
The situation right now seems a little unfavorable for AMD as the Radeon HD 4770 stocks ran dry the moment the cards hit the market. Switching over to Radeon HD 4850 and HD 4830 might help a little but it seems HD 4830 stocks are running dry too. Read on to find out more about this card.
LG Korea has announced the world’s thinnest LCD TV that boasts 5.9mm thinness. Available in 42- and 47-inches, the LCD TV with LED backlight supports Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and features LG’s 120Hz panel technology.
Motorola has announced their latest MOTOROKR S305 wireless stereo headphones that is designed to satisfy music lovers with its superior audio quality. The S305 is compatible with more than 200 Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices, including MP3 players.
ASUS introduces ROG (Republic of Gamers) OC Station that comes with a large 3-inch display allowing users on-the-fly access to system voltages, frequencies, fan speeds, system information and even a photo slideshow function. It occupies two 5.25-inch bays with an adjustable faceplate that is tilted upwards 30 degrees.
OCZ today released the Summit Series 2.5” SSDs featuring speeds up to 220MB/s read and 200MB/s write, along with 128MB of onboard cache for faster data access. Currently available in capacities of 60GB(64), 120GB (128), and 250GB(256).
A while back, Biostar announced their their TPOWER X58A with 12+2-phase power supply and all Japanese PS solid capacitors. Now, this board is officially on sale so you can grab it at the major etailers sites for ~USD240.